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Creative Writer - Afrilearn Bachelor's Degree Job

2021-11-15 12:02   Education / Teaching   Lagos   455 views
Job Details

Location: Ikeja, Lagos

Employment Type: Contract

Job Description

We are searching for exceptional creative writers who can break down complex subjects in Mathematics, English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Yoruba and other secondary school subjects into simple, fun and storified scripts.

Are you one of the Writers ready to change the narrative of education in Africa through creative storytelling?

Requirements

A Bachelor's Degree in a STEM or STEM-related educational related field will be an added advantage.

Candidates must have deep knowledge of the Nigeria secondary school curricula, alongside excellent writing, speaking, and presentation skills.

Must be available to work physically from our Ikeja office in Lagos

Ability to convert education contents to a short storified scripts

Ability to rewrite a long academic note into short illustrated and relatable script

Ability to breakdown complex topics into well-understood pieces for student

Expertise in teaching any of the listed subjects will be an added advantage.

Ability to relate topics from these subjects into real life daily experiences and knowledge.

Application Closing Date

30th November, 2021.

Method of Application

Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV and a sample storified script of any class topic of your choice to: jobs@myafrilearn.com using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

Note: Don’t bother applying if you are not exceptional!

Company Description
Afrilearn is an educational technology platform focused on delivering world-class and affordable education to young Africans. We are providing advanced, curriculum-specific and engaging video lessons, class notes, practice tests and live classes. Afrilearn aims to help young Africans find learning interesting and addictive with storified and animated video lessons served on their mobile devices.